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The 7th/8th Grade Boys Basketball 2015 Schedule is below:
Wednesday January 21 Home VS Lapeer 4:45PM
Monday January 26 Home 7th VS 8th Grade Scrimmage TBA
Wednesday January 28 Home VS Holly 4:15PM
Monday February 2 Away @ Grand Blanc East 4:15PM
Wednesday February 5 Home VS Fenton 4:15PM
Monday February 9 Away @ Grand Blanc West 4:15PM
Wednesday February 11 Away @ Brandon 4:15PM
Wednesday February 18 Home VS Davison 4:15PM
Monday February 23 Away @ Flushing 4:15PM
Wednesday February 25 Away @ Swartz Creek 4:15PM
Monday March 2 Home VS Linden 4:15PM
Wednesday March 4 Home VS Kearsley 4:15PM
Monday March 9 Away @ Lapeer 4:45PM
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Get The Facts about ENTEROVIRUS D68
Know the facts about this latest "flu" that is making its rounds and how best to protect you and your children. For a fact sheet and guide issued by the Genesee County Health Department, Click Here
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It is Flu Season!! Below is some information that has been provided by the Genesee Health Department (www.gchd.us) or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (www.cdc.gov).
Symptoms - Fever (usually 100.5 F to 103.5 F in adults and often even higher in children), Cough, Sore throat, Runny or stuffy nose, Headache and muscle ache, and Extreme fatigue. Most people who get the flu recover completely in 1-2 weeks, but some people develop serious life threatening medical complications, such as pneumonia.
How is it spread - Viruses that cause flu are spread by direct contact with respiratory droplets (i.e., coughing and sneezing). Flu viruses enter the body through the mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, or mouth. Those at highest risk for infection live in populated areas, crowded living situations, and in schools.
What is the treatment? Get plenty of rest, drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration (i.e., water, juice, and tea), and take non-aspirin medication for fever and body aches.
How to prevent? The best way to prevent influenza is to get vaccinated against it. Additional prevention measures include: Wash hands frequently, especially after coughing, sneezing, and handling used tissues, avoid close contact with those who have cold or flu-like symptoms, and after contact with a person who is ill, wash your hands, and keep your fingers away from your eyes, nose, and mouth to prevent the spread of the virus.
We will include this information in future newsletters and it will also be provided at the front desk in the CMS Main Office.